AFA of PA ACTION ALERT
April 9, 2012
1.) US Senate Voter Guide Available
2.) Absentee Ballot Information
On March 10th we contacted, via registered mail, each of the five Republican US Senate candidates and the two Democrat US Senate candidates. We received confirmation that they received our voter guide questions, but unfortunately only two actually responded to the questions! You can reach your own conclusions as to why candidates did not want to address the issues they will be facing in Washington, DC if they become our next US Senator.
Check out the complete answers from Sam Rohrer as well as his response to “In 75 words or less, please tell the voters why they should vote for you – why are you the best candidate for United States Senate?” (Mac users can access Sam Rohrer‘s responses.)
Check out the complete answers from Marc Scaringi as well as his response to “In 75 words or less, please tell the voters why they should vote for you – why are you the best candidate for United States Senate?” (Note: This is a scanned document the AFA of PA received via email from the Scaringi campaign. It is large and will take a little while to open.)
Because of Senator Casey’s incumbent status we referred to our US Senate Scorecard.
1.) Click here for the non-partisan AFA of PA US Senate voter guide. (Mac users here’s the United States Senate Voter Guide. ) These are designed as two-sided bulletin inserts. Our legal counsel has reviewed the voter guide and determined it can legally be used in churches because of its non-partisan nature. Click here for the “Legal Do’s and Don’ts for Churches/Pastors.
2.) Additionally, is there someone you know who will not be able to make it to the polls on April 24th? Why not ask them to vote via absentee ballot? Click here for information on how to do that. The process involves an application, a couple mailings back and forth between the voter and county courthouse, so don’t wait till the last minute!